The team behind WoodMeadowLIFE is holding an international conference, ‘Keeping wooded meadows - Nordic-Baltic practices,’ from 12 to 14 June in Estonia. Registration opens in March.
- nature restoration
In Estonia, 2023 has been declared the year of wooded meadows. The focus of this event will be on sharing experiences from the Nordic-Baltic region on restoring wooded meadows and involving landowners and managers of semi-natural habitats in the process.
The preliminary programme includes a conference, networking opportunities, a workshop and field trips.
Attending this event is free of charge, but participants should pay for their accommodation.
More details, including the final programme and logistics, will be released in March so keep an eye on this page for updates.
In the meantime, for more information, please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org.
The WoodMeadowLIFE project has set out to restore 700 hectares of Fennoscandian wooded meadows in Estonia and Latvia. The team also aims to create sustainable solutions for their maintenance and to raise public awareness of the natural and cultural heritage of wooded meadows.